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  • John Whittingdale – UK’s culture, media and sport secretary – says arrests suggest FIFA is a “deeply-flawed and corrupt” (Reuters)
  • Russia president Vladimir Putin says he supports FIFA chief Sepp Blatter’s approach to running world soccer
  • South Africa, amid corruption claims around the awarding of the 2010 World Cup, denies any wrongdoing (president/AFP)
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  • Pirates 4 premieres at Cannes

    The latest installment of the Pirates of the Caribbean will premiere at the Cannes Film Festival… 10/05/11 12:49 CET



  • Greece: more aid needed?

    Europe’s Economic and Monetary Affairs Commissioner Olli Rehn says a new plan to help Greece with… 10/05/11 18:16 CET

  • China trade surplus surges

    China has a hefty trade surplus in April as exports hit a record – up 30 percent on a year ago -… 10/05/11 15:17 CET


  • Europe: The state of Union

    euronews explores the concerns of political figures and experts during a two day conference in… 10/05/11 20:14 CET

  • What future for Schengen?

    Germany has backed France’s bid for member states to overrule Europe’s Schenegen border treaty in… 10/05/11 20:02 CET



  • Learning lessons in jail

    In prison, education can be the window that lets hope in. More and more prisons are offering not… 10/05/11 12:40 CET

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  • Exploring Russia’s Urals

    *Traveller’s diary*   _Denis Loktev – Magnitogorsk, 4 May 2011_   The Ural mountain’s (the eastern… 10/05/11 16:09 CET


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